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Oxalis 'Ebony Allure'

Purple/Black, triangular-shaped leaves and pale pinkish white blossoms make this Oxalis a standout for a container garden and is a stunning focal point or an eye-catching border in a shade garden. In warmer zones (7-10), it is often grown as an attractive ground cover. In cooler zones, containers will need to be brought inside and placed in bright, but indirect sunlight. Or left in the ground, they will die back to the bulbs until favorable conditions return, then sprout back. Can attain a mature height and spread of up to 1 foot. Propagate these by division of their rhizomes or just let them spread naturally.

Dianthus 'Raspberry Surprise'

A lovely perennial that features double and semi-double flowers rich in spicy fragrance. The flowers are pinkish white with a deep red center and evergreen foliage. They have an extensive blooming time and are drought tolerant once established. Perfect for planting in front of your daylilies, Raspberry Surprise bares many flowers that will attract butterflies and other pollinators. Its spicy-sweet fragrance is as lovely as its blooms! Sold here at Creekside in a 1 gallon container.

Sweet Almond Verbena

Sweet Almond Verbena is a herbaceous perennial that requires little attention once established. It is very fragrant with a scent of vanilla/sweet almond which attracts butterflies, bees, and hummingbirds. A native to Argentina, it can grow up to 20 feet once established, but usually gets between 8’ and 12’, it needs plenty of space. Prefers full sun but will tolerate partial shade with moderate to low water needs. Heat and drought tolerant. No major disease issues. Durable long bloom period. Great for the summer landscape. Grown here in a 3- and 7-gallon container!